(The book is not available in your area)
THE GIRL FROM NOWHERE
Suki is a young pop star with a rising career, and after finishing her first big stadium concert to thunderous applause, her heart is so full she feels as if it could burst. She heads to a club to celebrate with her crew, where a man approaches her to congratulate her on her success. Suki is unfazed, but both of her managers are panicking… Suki must be the only person on earth who doesn’t know who this man is!
One-day rental / membership period
$3.99 / $5.99
Average Customer Review
Appriciate your first review for this title.
Share This Book
©CHARLOTTE LAMB / KEI KOSAKI
About My Points
There are no customer reviews yet.
Share your thoughts with us! (You need to sign in before you post a review)
Here for more details
* Reviews translated are reviews posted on "Romance Library", our local Japanese Harlequin digital comics website. On this website, we translated those reviews into multi-languages with auto-translating machine.
What are your fears?
Hero's face that was off the bizarre thing. Also said to be popular with women in that guys a Gold Digger and only met, it embarrasses it.
To Harlequin's story develops is looking at the position of women, but mostly just selfish men make sense. I'm a masculine audience. I feel. Not many stories such as impervious to modern Japan Women? Met minutes per impression is great.
Still too much!
I thought Joel's first facial so bad, or suspense.
End and face change too... like someone else's... looked so to seek what? But, don't know where on her face first attracted...
And love rather than a human drama. Had also become a popular heroine do not forget thanks to those around it.
It was nice
I thought going storyline their love of the heroine's growth and other people, I work quite well. And read the last page.... but I thought Joel more first was from let you how decent it? Hey stalker-like, I'm afraid you're.